Geremy Condra Python's dynamic nature, large standard library, and concern for beauty over performance make it an elegant and uniquely easy to use language, but they also cause some unique problems. In this talk we'll explore how features ranging from dictionaries to duck typing can become security risks, demonstrate those attacks on real Python projects, and examine how you can protect yourself and your code.
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